DENNIS ECKERSLEY RUMORS

NESN Hires Steve Lyons as Red Sox Studio Analyst

April 3, 2014 – NESN, New England’s most watched sports network, announced today that former Red Sox player Steve Lyons (@SteveLyons12) will join the network as a Red Sox studio analyst. Lyons joins MLB Hall of Famers Dennis Eckersley and Jim Rice along with Red Sox legend Tim Wakefield as studio analysts on NESN’s Red Sox pre and post-game shows, plus NESN Sports Today and...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Lyons To Join NESN As Red Sox Studio Analyst

April 3, 2014 – NESN, New England’s most watched sports network, announced today that former Red Sox player Steve Lyons (@SteveLyons12) will join the network as a Red Sox studio analyst. Lyons joins MLB Hall of Famers Dennis Eckersley and Jim Rice along with Red Sox legend Tim Wakefield as studio analysts on NESN’s Red Sox pre- and postgame shows, plus NESN Sports Today and...
Via NESN.com
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Dennis Eckersley: ‘This Whole Lineup Is About David Ortiz’ (Video)

For the 10th time Monday afternoon, David Ortiz will take the field in a Boston Red Sox uniform on Opening Day. The Sox’s season-opening tilt against the Baltimore Orioles will be Ortiz’s 12th overall as a designated hitter, tying him with Don Baylor for the most Opening Day starts as a DH. As Ortiz and the rest of the Red Sox prepared to take the field, Tom Caron and Dennis...
Via NESN.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Eckersley’s Remarkable Career Began in Cleveland

Of all the players who started their careers with the Indians only to make their names elsewhere, Dennis Eckersley is perhaps one of the best known. He was also arguably the most successful of those such ... Read More
Via Did The Tribe Win Last Night?
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Dennis Eckersley trolls 49ers, Giants as Candlestick Park closes

Many over the last few days have been sharing some of their fondest Candlestick Park memories leading up to the stadium closing (in rather dramatic fashion) Monday night. Most of the trips down memory lane involved either the Giants or 49ers—y’know, the two teams who actually called the place home during its existence. That did not include the following tweet and accompanying...
Via Minus Twenty-Two
December 24, 2013  |  Discuss
PERSONAL TIME

Remy taking week off broadcasts

Boston Red Sox TV color commentator Jerry Remy will be taking some time off from broadcasting in light of his son's arrest and murder charge.

Via Awful Announcing
August 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Dennis Eckersley after BoSox blowout loss: ‘We gotta recap this s**t? (video)

Dennis Eckersley, who serves as a studio analyst during Boston Red Sox games on NESN, couldn’t hide his disappointment that part of his job description listed the duty of providing postgame analysis following losses as well as wins. That excruciating aspect of his job apparently is especially unbearable after a particularly brutal loss, such as [...]The post Dennis Eckersley after...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
June 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Jerry Remy to Miss a Few Games Because of Allergies, Dennis Eckersley, Rob Bradford to Pinch-Hit

Anyone with seasonal allergies knows how difficult this time of the year can be, and for the RemDawg, that’s no different. NESN’s Red Sox color analyst Jerry Remy will sit out a few games as he battles some allergies. Remy took to Twitter on Tuesday to explain that there was nothing to be worried about and that he’d just be taking a few days off. I'll not be working today...
Via NESN.com
May 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Dennis Eckersley Calls Jack Morris ‘Clueless’ for Claiming Red Sox Cheat, Tells Former Pitcher to ‘Zip It’ (Video)

Dennis Eckersley feels very strongly that Clay Buchholz is not cheating, and he has not been afraid to make himself heard about that fact. After dismissing Toronto broadcaster Dirk Hayhurst as a “career minor leaguer” before Thursday’s game, Eck showed no restrain in similarly going after Blue Jays television announcer (and former MLB pitcher) Jack Morris. Check out Eckersley’s...
Via NESN.com
May 02, 2013  |  1 Comment

Time for Tigers to get Hall love

Two years ago, I asked Dennis Eckersley about Barry Larkin and Alan Trammell. The two shortstops were on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot that winter, and Eckersley had faced both during his playing career. "Trammell and Larkin," Eckersley, a 2004 Hall inductee, told me then, "are real close." The Hall of Fame voting may finally start to reflect that fact when...
Via Fox Sports
December 21, 2012  |  Discuss
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